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You, too, can look like Amy Winehouse if the “Rehab” star does indeed come through on reported plans to launch a fashion line.
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updated 2/27/2008 3:53:54 PM ET 2008-02-27T20:53:54

Amy Winehouse is set to join the ranks of celebrity entrepreneurs with a clothing and makeup line, according to reports.

The Grammy-winning, pint-sized chanteuse is reportedly in talks to produce a range of products, including hairspray, eyeliner, perfume and headscarves, Britain’s ITN reported.

The singer’s unique look — a massive beehive hairdo, Cleopatra-esque eyeliner and penchant for jean miniskirts — has made her a fashion icon, despite only being in her early 20s.

Even “Project Runway” judge Michael Kors has admitted he finds the “Rehab” singer inspiring.

If Winehouse’s line comes to fruition, she will join a host of young stars who recently added designing to their resume.

Pop singer Lily Allen designed a range of dresses for a UK retailer, and Avril Lavigne previously told reporters she will hit the fashion world following the completion of her latest tour.

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